By Texas Right to Life Matt Rodewald, a reporter for Fox 10 Phoenix, found a unique way to acknowledge World Prematurity Day this year. The husband and father posted on Twitter explaining that he wore purple every day for a week in television appearances to call attention to World Prematurity Day. He encouraged other reporters …Continue reading "News reporter finds beautiful way to commemorate his sons born prematurely"
By Dr. Peter Saunders Editor’s note. Dr. Saunders is a former general surgeon and is CEO of Christian Medical Fellowship, a UK-based organization with 4,500 UK. Prematurity is associated with a wide variety of health risks. In the UK, 7.8% of babies are born prematurely (60,000 per year) and this number is on the …Continue reading "Might the large disparity in premature birth rates between black and white women be partly explained by abortion?"
By Dave Andrusko What a harrowing juxtaposition of realities in the same sentence. We’re told that Emily Cressey is believed to be Britain’s youngest surviving birth. “Emily weighed 535g (1lb 3oz) when she was born on February 27, and could legally have been aborted,” reports Metro.co.uk. When she was able to hold her for …Continue reading "Preemie born so young she “could legally have been aborted” in Great Britain"
By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL-ETF Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. We open this week’s “Roe at 40” year-long series with a terrific piece written for the May 2005 edition of National Right to Life News. It is important to be reminded—often—that abortion not only takes the life of an unborn child but …Continue reading "French Study Finds Strong Evidence; Abortion Increases Risk of Subsequent Premature Birth"